SOJA on Tour!

Photo Is Not Property Of Bass Feeds The Soul

Photo Is Not Property Of Bass Feeds The Soul

        SOJA is no stranger to the road on tour.  They are back at it again with new music and new experiences to be had.  Their tour has recently began on February 12th in Charleston, South Carolina with a sold out show.  From there on they are scheduled to hit major cities such as Miami, Richmond, Charlotte, Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Boston.  Six out of their first ten shows are sold out already, and it’s only the beginning.

 

        On March first, SOJA will be performing at the House of Blues in Boston with Common Kings and Leilani Wolfgramm. It’s no surprise why these talents accompanied SOJA on their tour; their “good vibe” mentality is shown through their vibrant beats and soulful music. Common Kings is a group with a foundation of R&B, reggae, and soul influences. Their members include JR King who is the bands lead singer, Taumata Grey who plays guitar, the bassist Ivan Kirimaua, and drummer Jerome Taito.  Leilani Wolfgramm is an artist with roots from Orlando, Florida. Her heart stays loyal to her love of reggae.  She started out playing alongside her brothers, and soon moved on to a solo career touring with Fortunate Youth, the Supervillians, and now SOJA.  There is no doubt that these unbeatable dynamics on stage will deliver a show the crowd will not forget.

 

         There have been countless talented artists who have performed on the stages of The House of Blues, and SOJA is about to be another name on that list. The House of Blues never fails to impress the numerous amount of fans who come from near and far to enjoy the great music and famous venue. There are twelve different House of Blues located in major cities such as Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Orlando. Tickets for the SOJA shows are selling out early on, and there is no surprise there. The seating will mostly be general admission, which is optimal because it is the crowd, at the end of the day, that makes the concert. There is without a doubt going to be an amazing group of people at every one of their shows because that is whom this music attracts.

 

The group's Red Rocks show is sure to be one of the best of the tour--- happening on April 18th along side rapper NAS, be sure to grab your tickets!

The group's Red Rocks show is sure to be one of the best of the tour--- happening on April 18th along side rapper NAS, be sure to grab your tickets!

         There have been countless talented artists who have performed on the stages of The House of Blues, and SOJA is about to be another name on that list. The House of Blues never fails to impress the numerous amount of fans who come from near and far to enjoy the great music and famous venue. There are twelve different House of Blues located in major cities such as Dallas, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Orlando. Tickets for the SOJA shows are selling out early on, and there is no surprise there. The seating will mostly be general admission, which is optimal because it is the crowd, at the end of the day, that makes the concert. There is without a doubt going to be an amazing group of people at every one of their shows because that is whom this music attracts.


Photo Is Not Property Of Bass Feeds The Soul

Photo Is Not Property Of Bass Feeds The Soul

       Throughout this tour, SOJA will be traveling across the world to spread their love for reggae music, while inspiring their fans with their songs. While promoting their new album, Amid the Noise and Haste, across the globe, they will be sharing the stage with many big faces in the world of music.  Some of these talented artists include The Green, Stephen and Damian Marley, Kings of Leon, Blue King Brown, Michael Franti & Spearhead, and NAS and J Boog. This list of names alone makes me want to go to every show on tour, but unfortunately I will only make it to two.

For more information and tickets: http://sojamusic.com/

Written By Taylor Robinson